Jun Takahashi Goes for a Jog With Tiffany Godoy, Talks Nike Gyakusou

“Running is punk.”

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Punk rocker-turned designer Jun Takahashi of Japanese streetwear label UNDERCOVER recently spoke to Tiffany Godoy on her vlog Tiffany’s Tokyo TV about what fuels his creative power and imagination. Coincidentally being the designer of Nike‘s Gyakusou running line, the interview takes place on-foot during an 8 a.m. jog — the two even show up in the exact same outfit.

During their discussion, they touch on topics such as Takahashi’s jogging hobby and his brand’s philosophy of chaos and balance. They even skim through his sketchbook which highlights and documents Takahashi’s career. Watch the video above and share your thoughts in the comments below.

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